Radiocarbon dates for the Ulong site in Palau and implications for western Micronesian prehistory
Recent excavations on Ulong Island in Palau recovered an early pottery assemblage that has not been recorded previously in the archipelago. Four AMS results on charcoal fragments and carbonised residues adhering to pot sherds ranged from 3150 ± 90 BP to
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